In the October 20 issue of ROOM Space Journal, 2020-21 Senior Air Force Fellow Lt Col Christopher Mulder, Forward Defense Deputy Director Clementine Startling, and Assistant Director Mark J. Massa published an article titled “A US space strategy for 2050: shaping a domain on the cusp.” Their article outlined recommendations for a long-term approach to space designed to promote the security, stability, and commercial viability of international space use. The article’s recommendations focused on enhancing space governance, defending space access, accelerating space commerce, and embracing Cislunar space. You can download the full article below.

A long-term strategy…should reap the benefits of space, including virtually unlimited sources of energy, vast amounts of useful materials, new levels of connectivity and new innovations from space inspired technology.

Christopher P. Mulder, Clementine G. Starling, and Mark J. Massa

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